Weekend of Improvisation in Glasgow III: Workshop by Vonnegut Collective
Sun 12 January 2020
Gary and Adam 800 7po8
To mark the end of the third incarnation of WIG, and their first time in Glasgow, special guests Vonnegut Collective will run a public workshop introducing participants to their music improvisation practice.
Gemma Bass (violin) and Gary Farr (trumpet), founders and directors of the Collective, will provide the participants with the opportunity to take musical concepts for improvisation and transfer them into the body and the space. Drawing on practices by Pauline Oliveros and John Stevens, as well as their own unique skill set, the Vonnegut Collective will facilitate a space for creativity and play.
The workshop is open to those who wish to gain a deeper understanding and develop their improvisation skills, as well as those with a curiosity to meet improvisation for the first time.
ICEBERG offer a bundle ticket for the two workshops (Friday 10th & Sunday 12th January), and the Saturday performance for £20/£13. To book for this event or the bundle ticket, please contact Zoe on firstname.lastname@example.org
ICEBERG is an international group of professional dancers, musicians and theatre practitioners, with improvisation at the heart of their practice. ICEBERG is committed to highlighting improvisation as an exciting, dynamic and highly-skilled form. They want to create a monthly curated improvisation performance space and in the longterm, a peer to peer workshop environment where multidisciplinary artists ― whether early stage practitioners, students or professional practitioners ― can work together, creating a professional, encouraging and supportive space for new working relationships that will feedback into the ecosystem of Glasgow's art and performance scene.
4pm - 6pm, £8 (£5), Theatre
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